10 Collaborators Kendrick Lamar Should Work With On His Sophomore Album

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/ July 22, 2014

Kendrick Lamar is hard at work on his sophomore album right now. In a recent interview with Complex, he revealed that he’s already recorded about 40 songs for the project. But he’s also far from wrapping things up.

The album is still taking shape and it’ll take some time before Kendrick has enough material to put it all together. So we’ll have to be patient while Kendrick continues to work. That’s not necessarily the worst thing in the world. The fact that he’s still working on the album—and seemingly working pretty damn hard on it—means that Kendrick is taking his time and doing whatever it takes to make it every bit as good as good kid, m.A.A.d city.

It also means that there is still plenty of time for him to get into the studio with some of his fellow artists in the near future to record. With that in mind, we came up with a list of 10 collaborators we think Kendrick Lamar should work with on his sophomore album. Hopefully a few of them will make the cut.

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